Though seafood companies have had nowhere near the challenges with COVID-19 infections that meat and chicken producers have, the number of cases has been piling up since the Alaska salmon and pollock seasons kicked off.
June and July have shown a steady drip of cases in the state, and several major salmon processing groups have experienced outbreaks.
Though the actual number of infections at seafood processing plants is unknown -- the numbers depend on publicly available data or companies reporting the cases themselves -- infections have been on the rise, and are likely to increase, particularly in the United States, where outbreaks are now on the rise.
These charts track the spread of infections, and the locations of the outbreaks:
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